Enjoy safe outings at these healing spots and travel destinations in Gyeongnam, South Korea during the gorgeous fall season!
Gangwon-do is a province in northeastern South Korea. Because of its stunning natural sceneries, it is known as one of the most popular holiday spots for both Koreans and foreigners. It is also well-known for having various natural healing sites where you may relax and meditate in a peaceful and serene setting.
During the fall season, families, couples, and friends can fulfill their desire to enjoy nature in untouched areas by visiting nature-friendly, non-face-to-face out of doors vacationer destinations for leisure and healing.
This fall at Gyeongsangnam-do, public interest in non-face-to-face tourist destinations has grown considerably. So, the Gyeongnam province has recommended and offered the below-mentioned non-face-to-face safe tourist locations around the province so that you can find healing spots where you can keep socially detached and enjoy nature.
Jangyu Nuri-gil (Gimhae)
Jangyu Nuri-gil is a luxury walking trail that connects the ecologically significant rivers of Gimhae, Daecheongcheon and Yul River. Trekkers have more alternatives if they link to the Banryongsan hiking route to the Dullegil, which was built along the existing river and added a forest bathing course to the basic walking course.
Enjoy the wonderful natural scenery over here, which includes the riverfront, Yulha Street Cafe, and Gimhae village workshop, among other things.
Forest of Patriotic Soldiers (Uiryeong)
Cotton candy-like daffodils are in full bloom at the Forest of Patriotic Soldiers’ large flower garden in October, making it one of the excellent fall destinations in Gyeongnam to click pictures and fill up your phone’s memory. This area is one of the Company’s Righteous Military in the woods in the Nakdong. The Nam River is also known as a historic spot since the Japanese had invaded this area at the time of the first South Korean general Gwak Jae-u.
Yeongnamru Waterfront Park Path (Miryang)
With Sammun pine woodland, gujeolcho, sunflower, and cosmos flower fields in full bloom, the Yeongnamru Waterfront Park Path, a walking trail for Miryang residents, adds to the fall ambiance. Very few people visit this place, so it’s an excellent area to take a leisurely walk along the Miryang River and admire the Petroglyphs Sculpture Park, riverbank scenery, and autumn flowers.
It is easy to access, as it is located in the downtown area of Miryang City, and handy services such as restaurants are close by, and it is a good way to connect with nearby tourist attractions.
Soopaeseo, which debuted in July of this year, is South Korea’s first public anti-aging therapeutic service experience center, assisting individuals in living a healthy life. A health wellness café, body/movement mental healing rooms, therapy rooms, and thermal healing rooms are among the amenities.
Forest walks, meditation, and healthy eating while staying in the forest help you release stress and revitalize your mind and body.
Namji Gaebi-ri-gil (Changnyeong)
Nakdonggang Namji Gabi-ri-gil, one of Changnyeong’s nine important tourist attractions, is a steep cliff trail along the Nakdonggang River. This short route, which can only be traveled by one person, stretches across tens of meters of cliffs, and the gorgeous beauty carved by the Nakdong River can be felt in your heart.
With vistas of flowering wildflowers along the Nakdong River, it is a walking excursion where people and nature become one. A bamboo forest with tens of thousands of trees attracts tired visitors looking for a place to unwind.
Sancheong Jeongchwiam, a beautiful temple perched on one side of a steep cliff, is the 83rd traditional temple established by Uisang Daesa in the 6th year of King Sinmun of Silla. For a long time, Jeongchwiam, which creates a picture-like scene in unison with Mt. Daeseong’s four seasons, has had numerous stories.
The Sansingak, which is enshrined in Sanshin Tanghwa, Gyeongsangnam-do Cultural Property Material No. 243, will greet you as you ascend the stairs step by step. When admiring the mountains in Taenghwa, you will be attracted by the sight of Mt. Daeseongsan, which has been dyed red and yellow, the stream running in the distance, and the high fall sky.
Jirisan Chilseon Valley Trail (Hamyang)
The Jirisan Chilseon Valley Trail runs along the north valley Jiri Cheonbuldong in Seorak making it one of the best fall destinations in Gyeongnam. The steep mountains provide spectacular scenery, and Jirisan Mountain’s last virgin forest is a great resource, with seven waterfalls spanning over 18 km (11.18 Miles) from the top of Cheonwangbong Peak to Uitan in Macheon-myeon.
The hiking track has been closed since 1999, but since 2008, only those who have made a prior reservation are accompanied by a guide, allowing you to safely enjoy the scenery of the natural forest.
Hapcheon Lake Dulle-gil (Hapcheon)
From a path that is not overgrown with forest on the Hapcheon-ho Dulle-gil, you can see the cool and dense Hapcheon Dam. The attraction of Hapcheonho Lake Dulle-gil is the lovely scenery of early morning mountain mist and lake mist merging together.
Tourists are drawn to Hapcheonho Lake, which can be viewed when descending the Dulle-gil, since the water reflected in the sunlight sparkles like pearls. There’s also a drive-through course for social separation, with stunning views from inside your vehicle and nice winds from Lake Hapcheon.
Seochuldongryu Waterway (Geochang)
The Seochuldongryu Waterway is a hiking trail that runs from Sansu Bridge in Buksang-myeon, Geochang-gun, to Wolseong Forest and Wolseong Village. You may enjoy the autumn beauty to the fullest while walking through the woodland trail loaded with autumn leaves and cool valley water, making it an ideal tourist destination for non-face-to-face safety throughout the fall season.
Furthermore, camping grounds and experience villages have been constructed throughout the forests and valleys, making it a famous healing tourism fall destination in Gyeongnam where you can enjoy a variety of sightseeing while relaxing in nature.
Akyangdukbang-gil, the country’s longest embankment, features a wide-open space alongside the rushing Namgang River and a plethora of sandy beaches. Dukbanggil’s deep forests and early blossoming pussy willows in fog provide gorgeous and spectacular sunsets, as seen from the Yueyang Tower.
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